Sunday, March 31, 2013

Review: Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil for Hair, Body & Face

I received this bottle of Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil for Hair, Body & Face for reviewing purposes.  I admit from the moment I received my campaign invitation I was duly excited!  Oils are so good for your skin and hair and to have a product that can be used in multiple fashions? Score!  Upon receipt I decided to play it safe and use it first on my body before I ventured into my face OR my hair.  After trying it, I have to say I am VERY glad I went that route before trying this anywhere other than my arms and hands.

The product is packaged in a yellow and green plastic squirt bottle which contains 5 fl oz of product.  The bottle is very sleek and slim which provides easy storing capabilities.  The squirt bottle seems to hold up well, even when dispensing the oil – I have not had any problems with the oil leaking or dribbling out of the bottle after dispensing.  The price ranges store to store but can be found anywhere between $4.79-5.99.

The product is a clear – or it may have a tinge of yellowness to it (it’s hard to tell due to packaging).  It has a slight citrus scent to it, but it’s very mellow and not even relatively overpowering.  According to the bottle it has 3 nutritive fruit oils: olive, avocado and shea.  It is geared towards being a multi-use oil for hair, body and face which is rapidly absorbing to treat dryness for healthy looking hair and skin.

While I feel it was rapidly absorbing (meaning it doesn’t take long for it to “absorb” into the skin – you are left with an oily substance on your skin (and possibly even in your hair).  Because of this I would suggest, if you are looking for a multi-use oil, use this product at night and gingerly wash it off your skin and out of your hair the next morning.  Otherwise you may look like a greasy, shiny mess if you go out with it on.

The Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition can be purchased at almost all major retailers that sell Garnier items: CVS, Walgreens, Target, and Wal-Mart.  It can also be found on websites such as,,,, etc.

Due to the natural oily residue I found this left on my skin I would not recommend this to anyone (who like myself) does not like a greasy/oily residue on their skin after applying a product.  I tend to go for oils and lotions which do the job without me feeling like I have to wipe my hand/skin down on a towel to rid myself of the “slimy” feeling.

The product does absorb quickly into the skin, but I left this almost, silicone like texture to my skin after smoothing it into my skin.  It was a little odd.  I am big on textures, etc., so it was just uncomfortable feeling for me so I would not recommend this.


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1 comment:

  1. I probably won't be giving this a try since I don't like putting a bunch of products into my hair. Plus I don't really like adding oils to my hair since I hate have greasy hair. Thanks for the review!

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